Free Lego Build Day

March 24 (2 – 3 pm) | Cherry Hill Public Library – Cherry Hill, NJ

Come show off your Lego architecture skills. There’s no need to bring your own collection, all blocks will be supplied – but be sure to bring your creativity with you. This event is free and open to children ages 5+ (parents can join in too).


NJ Makers Day

March 23 (11 am – 4 pm) | Pennsauken Public Library

With workshops on 3D printing, woodworking, do-it-yourself projects and more, NJ Makers Day is a great fit for arts and crafts enthusiasts. The event is free and there will be activities, interactive exhibits and presentations for the whole family.


The Hancock House Massacre 241st Anniversary

March 23 and 24 (10 am – 4 pm) | Hancocks Bridge, NJ

Be a part of history by watching a reenactment of the historic 1778 Hancock House battle against the British. Activities will include musket and drill demonstrations, military encampments, tours of the Hancock House and portrayals of historic figures by local actors. For more information, call (856) 935-4373.


Art Blooms Exhibit

March 24 (2 pm – 4 pm) | Croft Farm Arts Center  – Cherry Hill, NJ

Experience original watercolor, pastel and oil paintings by local creators. Then, meet the artists, ask questions about their work or even purchase a one-of-a-kind piece. The event is free, and light refreshments will be served.


Liberty Lake Day Camp Open House

March 24 (11 am – 3 pm) | Bordentown, NJ

Celebrate the first week of spring by getting outside and having fun. Liberty Lake Day Camp will be packed with activities including: fishing, s’more making, Gaga and so much more. Reserve your spot in advance by RSVP’ing on their website.


Guild for Early Music Festival

March 24 (12:30 – 5:30 pm)  | Grounds for Sculpture – Hamilton Township, NJ

This unique music festival will feature music of days past – including songs from Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Early American styles. The event is free with Grounds for Sculpture admission.

South Jersey Pops Presents “Expedition: Exploring Earth”

March 24th (starting at 3 pm) | Lenape High School – Medford, NJ

Travel on a musical journey around Earth as the Pops perform compositions from Dvorak’s New World SymphonyIn the Hall of the Mountain King, Sibelius’ Finlandia, The Lion King, Pocahontas, The Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones and more. Tickets are $10 for adults, children 13 and under are free.


Eat the Rainbow: Nutrition & Agriculture in the Garden State

March 24 (5 – 7 pm)  | Burlington County Community Agricultural Center – Moorestown, NJ

Children ages 7-10 will learn how food gets from farm to table in this class, which covers planting, cooking and nutrition. Participants will learn why New Jersey is called “The Garden State” as they are taught about local agriculture, food sources, plant anatomy, and beginner-friendly cooking techniques.


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